Readership Question: Post Survey Q&A
February 3, 2006 at 2:07 PM
Ok, now that we have wrapped up this year's annual readership survey (results to come). I would like to pose a question to the readership. Traditionally the comments that are posted in the survey are not released in any fashion to the public. Just me and one other staff member get to access them and then we report our total survey results a few months after the survey is closed. Well, seeing that there were a lot of great comments, questions, and suggestions in there this year. I was wondering what you, the readers, felt about me addressing the topics one at a time on this blog? No, we wouldn't quote anyone verbatim, we just want to address some stuff we have seen and answer some general questions about Digital Web Magazine. So what do you say, is this a good idea? Is it a bad idea? Let me know.
I think that's a super idea.
It's all positive and beneficial, and the users have asked for it. Bring on the feedback topics.
go for it!
It's a good idea. BTW: This post came up twice in my feed-reader.
Bollingmo: whenever changes are made to an article (such as fixing a spelling error or adding emphasis) the RSS automatic updater sees it as a new article.
Good idea - practice what we preach by learning from the readers ;)
Transparency = Good :)
Good idea - great opportunity for growth and improvement